The new pictures and information, obtained by WinFuture, don't really bring with them any surprises.
Over the last few months, we have heard some rumors flying around about an all-digital Xbox One releasing sometime this year, meaning the console would have no disk drive to pop a physical copy of a game into. Furthermore, a Game Pass "gives users access to an ever-expanding library of over 100 games that can be freely downloaded thanks to a paid monthly subscription, as on the other Xbox models", notes WinFuture. The price is apparently set at €229.99 - that's roughly $260 or £199, though Microsoft is unlikely to apply a direct currency conversion. It does come with a 1TB hard drive with Minecraft, Sea of Thieves, and Forza Horizon 3 pre-installed.More news: Chelsea manager picks out positives from the Liverpool loss: Were there any?
The future of the Xbox console certainly appears to be a disc-less one. Hence, the launch price for the disc-less version doesn't look very persuasive for consumers.
It sounds as though you won't have long to wait to get your hands on the latest iteration of the Xbox One.More news: Zidane: Madrid could sell a lot of players to make money
So even though we don't have an official announcement, the evidence is mounting that Microsoft is indeed planning to launch an all-digital Xbox One S soon.
From what we know at the moment, it seems as though the Xbox One S All Digital will only be available in white, will come complete with a single controller, and it could be unveiled by Microsoft on April 16.More news: Bucks roll past Pistons in series opener